Boomerang Offspring.  Young adults have substantially changed their priorities and behaviour since 2010, which has been bad news for several industries.  This report provides the evidence and discusses the implications.

The driver of extreme ENSO events.  The cause has been identified and a degree of predictablility of their thiming is now possible.


Australia in 2017 - forecasts, trends, and key indicators.


Economic forecasting with the Wisdom of the Masses.  This report provides compelling evidence that conventional economic forecasting cannot predict turning points, but that surveys of the general public can be analysed to predict turning points and levels of activity.


New vehicle sales forecast for 2017 and 2018.  The outlook for luxury vehicles and electric vehicles.  Drivers of road deaths in Australia.

Wisdom of the Masses for 2017.  The likelihood of events occuriring in 2017 and implications.

Consumer Pulse + Leading Indicators of consumer spending.  Twice yearly tracking of willingness to spend, ability to spend, and other indicators.  Leading indicators based on these and other measures.  November 2016 data, leading indicators for 2017.
Retail Sales Forecast.  Forecast of sales growth and analysis of economic drivers.
Boost consumer spending growth based on differences in Interest Rate Sensitivity.  Consumer interest rate sensitivity has changed substantially over the las decade.  This 2016 report explains why.  It shows how the government could boost spending growth in a low interest rate environment.
House price leading indicator.  Unique indicator predicts house price inflation in the months ahead and scenarios for 2017.
State Indicators of demand.  Analysis of nine indicators, two of which are unique.
Forecasting: the essential skills.  A wide ranging book which identifies important skills needed for successful forecasting.
Drivers of Climate Change belief.  Analysis of both Australian and US opinions about climate change, which identifies the factors which cause variations in the level of belief.  Based on data up to March 2016.
Climate Change Game Change.  2015 was a year of major changes in terms of beliefs about climate change and support for action to mitigate it.  This report documents the important changes.